Karakus Pansiyon & Guest House is 80 kilometres southwest of Antalya in the tranquil village of Cirali,a WWF heritage and breading place of the famous caretta caretta sea turtles and located along the Lycian Way hiking trail from Fethiye to Antalya.
Located only 300 metres from the beach, our property consists of a just recently renovated main building with 8 double/triple rooms all with air conditioning, ensuite bathroom with shower and WC, as well as 4 garden bungalows for double occupancy.
You can enjoy typical home cooked Turkish meals at our Garden Restaurant or at our Beach Restaurant were our guests may enjoy free sun-chairs and Umbrellas as well as Drinks and Cocktails from the well stocked Bar.
Visit ancient Olympos Ruins only 15 minutes away or hike up to see the iternal flames of Yanartas/Chimaera and enjoy one of the most beautiful beaches in Turkey,without any high rise buildings, due to be located inside a National Park.
For hikers of the Lycian Way or day trippers we can arrange luggage transport,offer Airport transfers and rental car service upon request.Excursions to nearby Phaselis,St.Nikolaus Church in Myra/Demre and the Sunken City of Kekova Island are although possible.Every Friday and Monday we have regular tours to the Bazaar in Kemer and Kumluca-NOT a tourist Bazaar!! A typical local Farmers Market!
We offer regular tours in the region such as hiking in the Taurus Mountains, visiting the ancient city of Olympos as well as tours to Pammukale and Cappadocia with durations of 1 day to 14 days.
Car rental is available from 25 per day including pick-up/drop off at Antalya Airport/bus station/resort.
RATE INCLUDES BREAKFAST
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a sweet and simple pension
nice family-run vibe
wireless internet was a bit troublesome as i couldn't get it in my room, but the eating/outdoor/reception area was a lovely chilled place to enjoy a tea and get online if i needed it.
about a 10 min walk to the beach. you can use the Kara Kus restaurant's deck chairs and umbrella's free as long as you want too.
they could have done with some more local info available to guests. make sure you bring cash to pay for your room, they weren't too happy about me paying by credit card (through the restaurant). actually a big tip: BRING CASH TO CIRALI AS THERE ARE NO CASH MACHINES AND NOT MANY ACCEPT CREDIT CARD. but they'll exchange euro at a reasonable rate, so euro or lira. up to you.
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